We can include most any toy or symbol in Blinkysoap. We intend to expand the range of toys as we get more customers feedback on the most popular toys.
Carson City, NV (PRWEB) October 16, 2009
Gripit Floss Holders announces the North American launch of Blinkysoap, a pure glycerin soap which blinks and changes color as kids bathe with it. When this clear soap is used, a collectible toy remains. The soap is intended for children 3 years and older.
Blinkysoap motivates kids to wash. A built-in motion detector powers the lights during washing; the toy lights up inside and changes color; at rest, the lights go out. Blinkysoap is made of pure glycerin without additives and scents. An 8 oz bar of Blinkysoap is easy for small hands to grasp.
Blinkysoap is available with a Duck or Frog or Whale toy inside the soap (others planned). It is Glycerin based and approved by dermatologists in Germany for use with all skin types. Ony natural plant materials are used with no perfumes. Blinkysoap passes the guidelines set out by CPSC for children over 3 years.
Blinkysoap is packaged in units of three. A duck, a whale, and a fish are the collectible toys available at this stage. Randy Kemps, product manager for Blinkysoap, explained, "We can include most any toy or symbol in Blinkysoap. We intend to expand the range of toys as we get more customers feedback on the most popular toys."
Blinkysoap is engineered in Germany by dermatologists. Purist laws demand that it be made with real plant extract and contain no additives. It is exclusively distributed in North America by Gripit Floss Holders. Individual Blinkysoap bars retail for $4.95. A three-pack retails for $11.95 plus shipping and handling. They can be ordered at http://www.gripit.biz.
Gripit is a manufacturer of dental hygiene products and markets the patented Gripit Dental Floss holder through on-line retailers and sales representatives to national grocery and drugstore outlets. Blinkysoap is an invention of a creative German designer team with innovative lifestyle products for children.